Aug 15, 2014

Soya Chunks Fry Recipe / Meal Maker Fry Recipe


Soya Chunks are really a healthy way to include protein in your kids and your families diet. I love it very much, i add it to korma, make biryani, cutlets, pulao, manchurians and recently i had a love toward this chilli soya dish..You can check my other soya chunks recipe too.


I have made so many soyachunks recipes, but i haven't took pictures of them like soya chunks 65,  soya kola urundai and soya chunks fry..Will share all of them soon. But somehow i managed to cook soya chunks fry and took pictures for this blog..


I should  tell this, you will never know what you will learn from your siblings. I learned this, i learned this from my younger sister. Whenever i go my mom's place and i ask her to do something for me, the first thing she do is this fry..I love it so much, that i asked the recipe from her and adopted it to my taste. I added some curry leaves and coriander leaves for more flaovurs, but she never add that. So give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 2 to 3 mins per batch
Serves : 2

Ingredients:

Meal Maker / Soya Chunks - 2 cups cooked
Chilli Powder - 2 tsp
Garam Masala powder - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Curry Leaves - 1 sprig
Coriander Leaves - a handful chopped
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tblspn
Rice Flour / Arisi Mavu - 4 tblspn
Oil for Deep frying

Method:

Take cooked meal maker in a blender and make them into  a coarse puree.

Now add in all the ingredients except oil and grind again to a coarse mix.

Take them in a bowl, divide into small balls.

Heat oil for deep frying, drop the balls in and fry till golden brown.

Drain and serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


take cooked soya chunks in a blender..Check this post
to see how to cook soya chunks


grind them well


add in salt, chilli powder and garam masala powder


add in ginger and garlic


some curryleaves and coriander leaves


add in rice flour


time to blend again


blend


take them in a bowl


make small balls from it


heat oil for deep frying


drop meal maker in


fry till golden


drain


serve



37 comments:

  1. Brilliant idea Aarthi. I was always tired of cooking the same way with soya chunks. I will definitely give this recipe a try. Thanks for such wonderful ideas.

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  2. Going to try this soon..thanks for tis wonderful healthy dish...arthi

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  3. Thanx Aarthi for this healthy dish . Will try it soon .
    Aarthi, I wanted to ask , is there search bar on the homepage to search any recipie / by main ingredient or name. I am facing trouble to search the recipe whenever I want to try some recipie, I have to go thru each page searching for it, it's waste of tym . Please advice how to search for recipie. Thankz

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  4. @Alpa Devalia NaikYes i have search bar. It is right above the post title.

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  5. Please upload jow to make idli batter...though it is simple one I cudnt make it perfect..so please help

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  6. Hi dont hv blender can I mix in grinder?

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  7. Im a big fan of ur recipes..... and getting gud name all dis credits goes to u..... Wow..... mouth watering recipe.... loved it a lot......

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  8. @Anonymousyes u can blend it in anything, the point is it should get crumbly

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  9. thanks Aarthi fo such a easy recipe....most of all i like ur way of explaining...as v r just talking to each other

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  10. 1 Glass Urad Dal
    2 Glass Rice (Dosa/Idli Rice...Will workout with normal rice also)
    Soak these two item separetely for atleast 6 hrs

    Grind urad dal finely
    And Grind Rice along with 2-3fist of cooked rice(this will make ur idli very soft)

    Mix both batter together along with required salt. Leave for fragment over night. Morning mix the batter thoroughly and ur soft idli is ready

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  11. hey hi, just went through ur chilly soya recipe, the pics tempted me into trying it so even before reading the whole instruction i soaked the soya over night now i was wondering that will it taste bad or something if i soak it and make the mixture rather than cooking it as u did mention in the post and prepare the mixture. plz do reply, i dont know what to do.

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  12. @Gul ABYou put the soaked soya chunks in boiling water and cover it for few mins. Now drain it and squeeze all the water and use.

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  13. Briliant idea....love it

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  14. Wow...!!dis gonna b my newyear spl dish.tanq Aarthi

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  15. When I dropped balls into oil they splitted into small pieces n spreaded in oil.Am not able to recollect them for frying again...What could b the reason?!

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  16. @Anonymousit is because you haven't added enough binding agent.add more rice flour.

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  17. Any substitute for rice flour?

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  18. Hi... Instead of deep frying shall I prepare in paniyaram pan....

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  19. How long to soak soya chunk?

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  20. @Anonymous you have to cook soya, check this
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2012/04/how-to-cook-soya-chunks-how-to-prepare.html

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  21. Thnx for the receipe... But can I use besan in the place of rice flou????

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  22. I am making it now. Really looks mouth watering. What should go with this dish? Sauce, chutaney? Suggest the best that can taste good with soya chunks fry please ..

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  23. @Ash Winu can serve it with ketchup. or toss it in a chinese sauce like i made for my chilli paneer and serve with fried rice

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  24. Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. Hi, i was looking for a recipe to make use of the soybean paste i left after making soybean milk. I am lucky to find this, it is delicious! Thank you.

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  26. Yummy... Just i love it....It looks delicious... and thank you for the Healthy, tasty & new recipe :-)

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  27. aarthi this dish is nice bt i dont no to blend the soya chunks

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    1. check this
      http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2012/04/how-to-cook-soya-chunks-how-to-prepare.html

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  28. Hi aarthi, it's great to see if blog,i just saw your recipes when my frnd shared it in her fb page .. it's abt biriyani I was tempted so then I went to know abt it when I entered in it was quite easy and delicious thank u for ur recipes sis really they r amazing keep going and especially this one a definite treat

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